20% Identify, assess, and recruit top student-athletes to compete at the University of Minnesota, within the context of applicable International Rowing Association (IRA) and Big Ten Conference regulations and University admission expectations.
25% Plan and organize team and individual training and practice sessions, within NCAA regulations and with respect for the academic demands of the University of Minnesota student-athletes. Promote the department's mission, vision, and strategic plan including its commitment to equity and diversity.
10% Develop and manage the annual program budget, within institutional budget policies and guidelines, ensuring fiscal integrity.
20% Recruit, manage, and develop assistant coach(s), including delivering regular performance coaching and an annual performance evaluation.
10% Arrange a competitive schedule, within institutional guidelines and budget, and manage all aspects of team travel.
5% Create, facilitate and sustain a healthy team culture that supports the development of individual growth, selfless teamwork, personal and team integrity, and competitive greatness.
5% Participate in Department of Athletics education and activities, including regular coaches meetings, all-staff meetings, and compliance and other education sessions. Participate in and/or support alumni outreach, fundraising, and other relevant relationship management activities on behalf of the program and the department.
5% Perform other duties, as assigned, by the Director of Athletics and/or his/her designee.
Be a team player that shares common space at the Boathouse with the University of Minnesota’s Club Team.
The successful candidate must have a minimum of four years collegiate or professional coaching experience.
Division I collegiate coaching experience.